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Scotland services

Welcome to the National Autistic Society Scotland. We provide a range of projects and services for the 58,000 autistic people living in Scotland and their families. This includes information and advice, supported living, specialist education, and help to get into work.

Across Scotland we also have an incredible network of volunteer branches that offer community-based activities and peer support.

You can find out more below.

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Supported living services

Our supported living services in Glasgow and Ayrshire help people to live the lives they choose.

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Information and advice

Find out about our community-based information services in Highland, West Lothian, Glasgow and Ayrshire.
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Employment support

Learn about how we are working with both autistic people and employers to reduce the employment gap.

 

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Support with Further and Higher education

We support autistic students to help them thrive at college or university.

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Befriending, mentoring and social groups

We offer a range of befriending and mentoring projects and social groups.

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Daldorch House School

Individual care and education from 8 to 21 in East Ayrshire.
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The Autism Friendly Award

We work with Scottish businesses and theatres to help them become more autism-friendly.

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Helplines

Find out about our Autism Helpline and Education Rights service.

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Campaigning in Scotland

We campaign for the rights and interests of autistic people in Scotland, making sure national policy reflects their needs.

Autism Helpline Number: 0808 800 4104
Last updated: 04/02/2019 16:35:19